The State of Indiana has cut a deal with an abortionist with a history of health code violations to dismiss their against him if he remains free of future criminal charges.
Last year, the state filed a 1,833-count complaint against Ulrich Klopfer with the state’s medical licensing board, as well as criminal charges of failing to report an abortion he performed on a 13-year-old child.
Klopfer also has a history of health code violations and has seen several of his troubled child killing centers closed down in the past few months.
An inspection conducted in October of 2014 by the Indiana Department of Health of Klopfer’s South Bend abortion clinic, Women’s Pavilion, revealed that the clinic was cited for 27 deficiencies and the state has recently moved to revoke the abortion facility’s license.
In May, Klopfer’s Friendship Family Planning abortion clinic in Gary, surrendered their clinic’s license to health officials.
In addition, Klopfer has been forced to stop performing abortions after a change in Indiana law required he provide proof of hospital admitting privileges.
At the time charges were filed against Klopfer, Lake County Right To Life issued a statement which read in part:
Klopfer is currently facing criminal charges in Lake County for the same incident and is reported to be under investigation by the Special Victims Unit of the St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s office. Klopfer is the subject of thousands of consumer complaints filed in late 2013 with the Indiana Attorney General’s Consumer Complaint Division over errors and omissions found on required Terminated Pregnancy Reports filed with the Indiana State Department of Health. In December, Klopfer ceased abortions at his Fort Wayne abortion clinic after a physician who had been providing local back-up as required in Allen County terminated that relationship.
Now, according to a report in the NW Times, Klopfer has entered a pretrial diversion program with the Lake County prosecutor’s office which agreed to defer prosecution for a year.
In deal, the state has agreed to dismiss the charges against Klopfer as long as there are no new criminal charges filed against him within a year.
A review hearing has been scheduled for July 18, 2016, according to court records.
The state’s licensing board agreed to allow Klopfer to keep his medical license pending the state’s investigation, and has yet to make a comment on what they plan to do now.
FAILURE TO REPORT RARELY PROSECUTED
The national pro-life group, Life Dynamics, has been documenting the casual way that clinics fail to file reports when minor girls are taken to them for abortions, sometimes by the pedophiles that raped them.
They have not only proven this with a powerful undercover sting conducted in 2002 where they called over 800 National Abortion Federation and Planned Parenthood abortion clinics using an actor posing as a 13-year-old girl impregnated by a 21-year-old man, but have also updated that investigation with actual criminal court cases.
The criminal case summaries show that when abortion clinics fail to report possible rape of a child it has a life changing effect on the victims who are often repeatedly raped, sometimes for years, following their abortion or contact with the clinic.
Both reports are available online at www.ChildPredators.com
Mark Crutcher, who wrote the report, points out that his research has also shown that law enforcement rarely prosecutes clinics that flagrantly violate mandatory reporting laws.
“We have consistently found that the law enforcement community is functionally indifferent to the problem of abortion clinics not complying with mandatory reporting statutes even in the face of irrefutable evidence that violations are occurring,” he stated.